India ranked 3rd amongst global polluters

Planting trees helps combat pollution, hunger and poverty. 

Business in the four "BRIC" countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) is booming, but in the global economic race, this South Asian country's rapidly expanding economy and "gluttonous appetite for coal" have failed to account for pollution control and regulation, placing the country at No. 3. In 2010 India was responsible for emitting 1.6 billion metric tons of CO2, a 157% increase in emissions since 1992.

Plant trees. Trees help fight the ill affects of pollution and global warming.

Experts say India is particularly vulnerable to climate change and is one of the most disaster-prone nations in the world, with many of its 1.2 billion people living in areas vulnerable to floods, droughts and cyclones and a significant chunk of its population still living in poverty.

Clinate change can be attenuated by planting trees.

Despite these stark dangers, Indian officials refuse to budge from their stance during climate talks. They argue that cutting emissions would hurt the country's efforts to lift millions of people out of poverty and that developed countries should be legally committed to addressing global warming and reducing their own emissions, while developing countries will do what they can to do the same.

Burning fossil fuels creates global warming. The simplest way to combat climate change is to plant trees:
Trees breathe in Carbon di-oxide and through the process of photo-synthesis create food for themselves and breathe out Oxygen.

Fighting GHG and air pollution, planting trees give fruits and shade too,

Plant or gift a tree today:

As simple as it sounds, planting a tree makes a difference.
A tree has the potential to sequester about a ton of carbon over 50 years. What's  more, It generates enough oxygen for two human beings for their lifetimes.Any which way you look at it. You are cleansing your air and making up for the carbon that you unintentionally emit.

Plant a tree today.

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